Old Faithful and Friends - Bozeman CVB

Old Faithful and Friends

(406) 600-8408

WELCOME TO OLD FAITHFUL AND FRIENDS

Experience the beauty of the Greater Yellowstone Area with Old Faithful and Friends, your premier sightseeing tour and shuttle service.

Let us take you on an unforgettable journey, where we go the extra mile to ensure your comfort and satisfaction.

Book your trip today and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime.

Transportation Services

Offering transportation services to Big Sky, West Yellowstone, Gardiner, and Livingston.

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

Big Sky

Bozeman to Big Sky

Big Sky to Bozeman

100$ Per Person

Typical Duration: 1-1.5 Hours

Gardiner

Bozeman to Gardiner

Gardiner to Bozeman

175$ per person

Typical Duration: 2-2.5 Hours

West Yellowstone

Bozeman to West Yellowstone

West Yellowstone to Bozeman

175$ Per Person

Typical Duration: 2-2.5 Hours

West Yellowstone

West Yellowstone to Big Sky

Big Sky to West Yellowstone

100$ Per Person

Typical Duration: 1-1.5 Hours

Livingston

Bozeman to Livingston

Livingston to Bozeman

100$ per person

Typical Duration: 0.3-0.75 Hours

Big Sky to West Yellowstone

Big Sky to West Yellowstone

West Yellowstone to Big Sky

100$ per person

Typical Duration:45 minutes -1.5 Hours

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TAXI

Bozeman to Bozeman Taxi

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TOURS

THE OLD FAITHFUL ADVENTURE

Price: 255$ per person

7-10 Hours

Experience the beauty of Yellowstone's Old Faithful geyser with our adventure tour. The tour includes a small hike through the breathtaking trails, providing you with the perfect opportunity to witness the park’s natural beauty firsthand. Our tour guides will enlighten you with information about the park's geological features and history. We’ve carefully planned this tour, making sure you have two bathroom breaks for maximum comfort and convenience.

THE WANDERER

Price: 215$ per person

7-10 Hours

Looking for an adventure, but also want the freedom to explore at your own pace? Our Wanderer Tour shuttle service is the perfect solution. We’ll pick you up and transport you into Yellowstone, where you can create your own self-guided tour through one of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world. With our expertise and guidance, you’ll have the trip of a lifetime while maintaining complete flexibility.

TRAVEL AGENTS AND FRIENDS

Travel agents are an integral part of the sightseeing tour industry. They are our partners in offering a great travel experience to our customers. We are thankful for the travel agents who have trusted us with their clients. We value our relationship with our travel agents and look forward to continuing our partnership.

Unlock the Benefits of Partnering with Old Faithful and Friends

With background in hospitality, we understand how big a role you guys play in our day to day life. As a thank you, we offer a 15% percent commission instead of the average 5-9 percent.

That's just the start!

We offer 20% commission to any single Travel Advisor who books 22 qualifying tours in a calendar month.

WILDLIFE GUIDE

Where the Animals are In Yellowstone?

Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding areas are home to a wide variety of wildlife, including grizzly bears, wolves, elk, bison, and more. While we can't guarantee sightings, we do know some great spots to look for them. You might even catch a glimpse of these incredible creatures in their natural habitat!

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BISON

Are you ready to spot some bison in Yellowstone? The park is home to large herds of these majestic animals, and there are certain areas where your chances of seeing them are higher. In the winter, check out the geyser basins for bison seeking warmth. In the summer, head to the Hayden Valley or the Roosevelt area for your best chance of spotting a herd. Remember to keep a safe distance and respect the animals' space. Happy wildlife watching!

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EAGLES

Eagles are a common sight in Yellowstone National Park, mainly along the Madison River and near the Gardner River in the northwestern part of the park. These birds are year-round residents and can often be seen perched atop trees along the riverbanks or soaring overhead. Don't forget to keep an eye out for areas with fish, as they are a staple of an eagle's diet!

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ELK

During the summer months, the Cascade Meadows, Madison Canyon, and Lamar Valley are great spots to spot elk. In the autumn, during rut or mating season, the northern range, including Mammoth Hot Springs and Madison River, is the place to be. During winter, elk migrate north to the northern range and around Gardiner, Montana, or south to the Jackson Hole Elk Refuge in Jackson, Wyoming. Keep an eye out for these majestic creatures and be sure to bring your camera!

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GRIZZLY BEARS

Eagles are a common sight in Yellowstone National Park, mainly along the Madison River and near the Gardner River in the northwestern part of the park. These birds are year-round residents and can often be seen perched atop trees along the riverbanks or soaring overhead. Don't forget to keep an eye out for areas with fish, as they are a staple of an eagle's diet!

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MOOSE

The Grand Teton Park and Yellowstone are both great destinations to see moose in their natural habitat. They are heavily concentrated in Grand Teton National Park. Head to Willow Flats, Christian Pond, and Oxbow Bend to see them in Grand Teton Park. In Yellowstone, make sure you visit Willow Park between Norris Junction and Mammoth Hot Springs. Don't forget to check out the Yellowstone Lake, Fishing Bridge, and Hayden Valley regions as well. Seeing these amazing creatures run at a top speed of 30 miles an hour is a breathtaking experience that you do not want to miss!

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WOLVES

Lamar Valley in Yellowstone's Northern Range is where you'll want to be if you're searching for wolves. This area is home to four of the park's eight wolf packs – the Junction Butte Pack, Rescue Creek Pack, 8 Mile Pack, and Wapiti Lake Pack. Keep in mind that wolves can be skittish and difficult to spot, but their haunting howls can often be heard echoing throughout the valley. With patience and a little luck, you may be able to witness these magnificent animals in their natural habitat.